Magic Mourns (Kate Daniels, #3.5)
Andrea Nash of the Order of Knights of Merciful Aid—with an assist from her friend, Kate Daniels—tries to figure out why the giant three-headed dog who guards the gates of Hades is sniffing around Atlanta in this tale by the author of the “edgy series” full of “complex world-building and skilled... show more
Andrea Nash of the Order of Knights of Merciful Aid—with an assist from her friend, Kate Daniels—tries to figure out why the giant three-headed dog who guards the gates of Hades is sniffing around Atlanta in this tale by the author of the “edgy series” full of “complex world-building and skilled characterizations” (Library Journal).
Publish date: May 17th 2011
Pages no: 77
Edition language: English
Series: Kate Daniels (#3)
I wish I had read this earlier, my anal-retentive self *should* have read this in order. But didn't, oh well. I was glad to read an Andrea-centric story. However, having already read Gunmetal Magic, I didn't really get any new insight into Andrea. The only difference is she is still a member of the ...
Review originally featured on Angel's Guilty Pleasures Magic Mourns Series: Kate Daniels, #3.5 Author: Ilona Andrews Genre: Urban Fantasy - Paranormal Romance Publisher: Berkley Books Release Date: May 1st 2011 Format: eBook Pages: 77 Source: Bought Andrea Nash of the Order of Knigh...
Magic Mourns is a companion novella in the Kate Daniels series. This one tells the story of Andrea Nash, Kate's best friend and a Knight of the Order. Although Kate is in the book, this story is almost exclusively about Andrea. While it is possible to enjoy the series without reading this, I perso...
So that's where Teddy Jo came in! I'd been wondering if there was a sidestory somewhere. True, Hades’ fire-power was of an ancient variety, but the magic Kate threw around was so much older, it gave me a start the first time I felt it. Now, I’d seen the Beast Lord once. He’d passed by me and I ab...
Always nice to see Andrea. And I love her and Kate's friendship. Good short story. The usual content warnings for this series apply.
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